Late Asp. Ukpa Joseph Oguji also known as (OZUO-ORA) before his demise after a brief illness was a hardcore member of IPOB Ebonyi state chapter. He was a lover of freedom who hate the injustice and high level of marginalization meted on Biafrans by the Nigeria government, he served and retired in Nigeria Police Force before the agitation for Biafra restoration anchored by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was rekindled, he identified with the family in Ngbo Ohaukwu LGA Ebonyi North senatorial district, before he passed on to the glory of Yahweh.

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Ebonyi state joined his family members and loved ones to give him the last respect as he was laid to rest on Friday, June 1st 2018 in his country home at Ngbo Ohaukwu LGA Ebonyi state.

Speaking on behalf of the state IPOB chapter, the secretary to the union while presenting to the family the burial rite offered by the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Eke Chukwuma commensurate with the family members and those left to mourn him, he urged them to take heart; adding  that their father and grandfather will be remembered forever due to his impact in serving humanity, especially in the struggle for Biafra restoration not minding his association in the enemies camp as a formal police officer.

Mazi Uchenna the son of the deceased appreciated the IPOB family in the state and beyond for their good gesture, and condolence visit to commensurate with the family, he prayed ‘Chukwuokike Abiama’ to bless them and guide them even as the quest for Biafra total freedom from the contraption called Nigeria continues.

Biafra heart-warming songs were chanted as they used the opportunity to evangelise to the mammoth crowd who came from far and near for the funeral. Many lovers of freedom in attendance including the different live band groups could not hide their feelings as they joined the group in songs and hailing of Biafra, to show out their excitement and readiness to welcome the new nation in Africa.

Written by:
Ogeh Friday Igiri & Eze Ifeanyi
For: Ebonyi State Media

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